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  • Museum Accession No.: EA1956.2042
  • Object type: Tea utensil
  • Kiln/Location: Satsuma
  • Historical Period/Date: Meiji, Late19th century
  • Material: Earthenware
  • Dimensions: H. 5.3 cm
  • Provenance: Ingram gift; Japan
  • Description: Hot water cooler. Irregular shaped bowl with decoration in coloured emamels with gold, over a finely crackled transparent glaze. Applied cherry blossom on each side of rim, beneath geometric border. Part of a tea set to accompany 1956.683-687,693. Sakanoko collection, Tokyo
  • Photo. Ref.: RF 452 (11)
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